Zhu Miaolong

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ZHU Miaolong (Traditional Chinese: 竺苗龍, Simplified Chinese: 竺苗龙; born April 1942) is a Chinese mathematician, eductor and the expert of space technology. He is the former President and current Honorary President of the Qingdao University.

Biography[edit]

Zhu was born in Fenghua, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province. 1966, he graduated from the Department of Mathematics, Zhejiang University. July 1978, he became a lecturer at Northwest Industrial University. 1979, he was promoted into associate professor. He was transferred into the University of Science and Technology of China, and became a professor there. Then he went to Qingdao University in Qingdao, Shandong Province, and became the Vice-president of the university. 1993, he became the President and a dean of the Qingdao University. He has been the Honorary President of Qingdao University since 1997.[1]

Works[edit]

Zhu made some contributions to the Chinese space program, especially in the fields of multiple-staged rockets and the optimal orbits for artificial satellites.[2]

  • Some Theoretical Problems of the Spaceflight Mechanics (《航天力学中的一些理论问题》, both Chinese and English versions) [3]
  • Introduction to the Optimal Orbit (《最佳轨道引论》)
  • Optimization for the Multiple-Staged Rocket (《多级火箭的优化理论》)
  • Several Problems of Space Flight (《星际飞行中的几个问题》)

References[edit]

  1. ^ 中国宁波网/奉化日报
  2. ^ 竺苗龙_百度百科
  3. ^ Amazon.com: zhu miaolong some: Books